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"eason" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

Why Won't You Date Me?

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"eason" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

"What's lick a tip. You can give somebody if they're looking to get into sex work. Find someone that is like similar to the niche that you want to start in and pay them money to talk to you you know and there's so many different kinds of sex work which is about fats ex-workers workers there are whole whole whole whole lot of fat sex workers doing online content. Doing cam work And they're doing a great job and that experience is really different than fat sex worker who sees clients in person like offense stripper. Which why aren't there more of those or fat escort so there's whole different kinds of sex work decide. What kind do you want to get in to find. Somebody asks give them some money. Ask some questions because in any other profession for me to train someone on all of the skills and the knowledge that i have would cost money. You know like. I would hate to train someone and so i think that you know people a lotta times. People are like teach fana getting a sex work. and i'm like Just give me the money for it like you know. I have a lot of information on good at what i do. I've learned a lot of stuff. And i should be compensated for that whizzed. But caveat if you're starting sex work and your worried about like you want safety information. I will give out safety information every day of the week for free all the time and anybody worth their salt will do the same but if you want to talk to me about marketing and like how to start up only fans and like the real info on only fans because youtube videos that are bullshit about only fans that stuff. There's a fee there. I mean. I mean i really don't understand it only fads other than like you said if the account but then i'm like how do you get people to see it. Yeah there's a lot of marketing. A lot of yeah. It seems like a lot of work to market yourself as a lot of work. The parallels are very similar with like acting or comedy where it's like. How do you fucking get people to see you. How do you get people come your shows. How do you get an agent manager a little a lot of fucking work especially before you're like a big name you know like there's a lot of sites only fans has no or has like some internal search but not really versus places like many bids that like i can search through the bwi w. category But yeah i mean if you if you're not a big name sites don't wanna promote only vans as want to promote you if you're a sex worker period they like to pretend that sex workers exists on that platform and haven't built from nothing. Go wild because like the only reason i know about only fans is because of the sex workers. I have followed on. Instagram led me there. Yeah totally there's so many only fans ads. i got only add on instagram. And i was like if i type only fans on exer- on instagram. The scene how instagram has like the coverted alert box bubble yang so that artificial intelligence or whatever reads text on images and because it reads cove it puts the bubble that is now being used to read and if it sees only fans or even link in bio it flag that as spam or like adult content artificial algorithm is while. We're ruining our. Yeah so. I think there was a question there you answered. I don't know if i got to it but anyhow well we've come to the end. I ask all my guests this. Would you date me nicole. Buyer here's hot. take which is that in providence. A couple of years ago. I swiped right. I'm you ontario. And i'm sure lots of people swipe right on you. You didn't get to me and your time in providence. So yeah i probably would. I mean i honestly don't swipe out of town. Sometimes they there. Yeah lately. I've been trying to swipe before i had somewhere and It doesn't work out so you know she's back to giving ono. Yeah i mean. Yes i would date you or at least a cup with you thank you. That's what i liked to here. Yeah any time Do you have anything that you wanna plug. Yes so my only fans is incredible. I'm really good at that. You should watch me both my butthole I'm traveling a lot. Coming up this fall. I'll be in san francisco. September eighth through eleventh. i'll be minneapolis. September twenty third through twenty fifth. I'll be in detroit October seventh through ninth and la. October eighteenth through twenty first. she's traveling. I love it. Thank you if you like this episode of. Why won't you day me. You can like it. You can read it. You can subscribe Gimme five stars. If you write something nasty. I will read it. But this isn't something nasty. But this person said i was listening to why when jamie with war day and she was trying to And i was trinity which she said. And i saw you with a man. You're on a red carpet. He was wearing a burgundy suit with a navy. China pocket square. And you're mad at him because you were wearing a black dress and it didn't match anyway. It was so specific. I thought i would tell you. So this person's trying to manifest me. A man i appreciate you. Keep doing it match the match but okay. This is something nasty. I wanna put you on top of my summer ice cream cone. Eu one bite like the first bite of delicious ice cream. I will keep you in my belly forever..

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"eason" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

Why Won't You Date Me?

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"eason" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

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"eason" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

Why Won't You Date Me?

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"eason" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

"On who it is depends tend not i think when i was like newer to the industry i would tell people kind of willy nilly and i have stopped doing that. Because there's so much risk career And i i've gotten burned a couple of times people that i thought were friends so yeah i keep it. I usually like try to know a person a little more before. I give him the whole spiel fair. Like when you're dating or do you mean like just like friendship wise across the board. If somebody is like not already. I tend to most of my friends are sex workers this Or have been are retired. So if some if i don't know what somebody whether or not they've been in the industry. I keep it pretty under wraps until. I decide whether or not i can trust them. Pretty much That makes sense. I mean because people have preconceived notions and they're fucking judgmental like people are just. The general public is honestly very poorly behaved and bad want. Yeah they could use some manners a lot of the times. Have you ever dated anyone. Who had an issue with what you do. Not very okay. I mean honestly. That sounds great. Yeah it's really show. Yeah like truly like really. You've never dated a single person who is like by eight best. I'm jealous. I tend to date people that i already know. I don't usually like you know we're like already friends or have friends and commoner were like connected in this like wacky poly-amorous web of people. So i kind of already have an idea of what they're like. Though some people can surprise you and suddenly they're pissed that yours ex-worker worker but by and large i've talked to or dated or hooked up with an talked to later friends. Everybody's been very chill. What a dream. Yeah so do you like a combination of like out calls in in calls or is it only out calls like what what is what is the situation like i would say that it's my primarily in calls And i rent an apartment that i use for an calls. Yeah okay Yeah i mean. Oh inca alcohol. If you don't know listeners in called literally just means like in your house out call me and you're going out somewhere and then bb. W i didn't explain big beautiful woman. It is like a porn term. It's you know it's just a bigger woman on screen and we get pushed to one little category in in very rarely do you get to dip in the other ones. It is wild like fat woman in like the p. category. Yeah i could see two pretty good. You know not just having me. There is virtually sealed. Appear anywhere anywhere. You wanna piece of where. You'd be surprised that that. I have definitely gotten pee shy when requested for that in my early years now Now i have. Everything's so easy at this point but Jahmai early years. I got a couple of different times and had to be like well. Sorry can't perform right now. Have people tell you exactly what they want before the appointment or is it like you make an appointment and then once you get there. They're like this is what i'm into in. This is what i want. So i try to keep all of my like the all the talking beforehand camera. That is like emails text messages. All that stuff trying to keep it really g. rated primarily for safety i use encrypted texting and encrypted e-mail safety why does it keep why does keeping something g. rated factor into safety and on it. I think it's more for my peace of mind than it is. Actually i think in my head. It's like legal ramifications and like hara evidence like y- stuff like that though. I think if the vice squad wanted information they could find it regardless of how hard i try to keep it chill So it's probably more for my peace of mind than anything else also. I don't sexed for free. There are sometimes people will get really excited and they wanna like write me a whole novel about how they want our date to go and while i would love to do that and actually love sexting. It's one of my very favorite things. I don't do it for free. Because i'm incredibly talented at it. So i mean you could just give them an item in itemize as fifty dollars more depending on how long my belove more so yeah usually emails and everything really g. rated. It's like where we're gonna meet. You know i have other screening information like a lot of personal information about them usually and then when we get there i try to have like a little especially bit's gonna be like bedia samra fetish. I try to have like a more in depth discussion face to face about you know consent and boundaries and what they like they don't like it's really funny because a lot of people will be like i don't do anything to me and i'm like okay will be careful because i might pull out like a cactus spine or something better peaking epoch depending again. Yeah sometimes yeah do you do you be. Dsm how okay. So i'm not well versed in the bedia world. I mean what i know is like the basics we got our dominant we got our sub sub sometimes likes to be humiliated or you know put in pain or whatever and then there's a lot of like rubber and patent leather. I'm a mask or two. He'll step. I'm bitches like walk me through. I'm sure some listeners. Know but like i don't know it's it's a king that i don't think is like really explored beyond like bondage. Yeah totally yeah..

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"eason" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

Why Won't You Date Me?

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"eason" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

"Why would you -demia podcast remedial go bar tries to figure out how i'm still single even though you could tell me you packed my suitcase for a trip. And then we get there and open and it's filled with potatoes. Today is a pb w full-service sex worker contact creator. It's alexi stan. Hello nicole hi alexa. Thank you so much for doing this. Thank you for reaching out to may. Oh yeah totally. Thank you for having me. I'm incredibly flattered so you reached out. I feel like almost immediately. After i had troy on who is also well is a is an escort was also a sex worker who i found on the agony documentary. Oh my god what is it called. I think it's called sex for sale. Also it might not be called that. I'm a known liar who doesn't write anything down so alexa. How did you get into sex work. Wow so then. Sex work for like over five years at this point and well in a serious way been providing and i got into sex work because i wanted to be my own boss. I wanted to like make my own schedule. Have my own time. And i love meeting people and i like having sex and i'm incredibly charming. I mean i don't know what i thought the answer was gonna be like. Yes that sound like. Obviously the obvious. Fuck totally also. Do they ask you how you were or did i just ask like a question. You just question but it's okay. i'm good can i. Well i made no. i'm fine. i guess. I'm just like a little scatterbrains started a new job. So i'm like just a little long but you know that's just however all most of the time just a little scattered brambilla with doing a great job at it. I'm so okay. So yeah you're okay. Do you prefer bb. W or do you prefer fat. Like what are. What is the adjective. So i honestly prefer fat over anything else. But w is such like an adult industry word. Threes identifier that. I use that for everything. Because when men i mean sometimes when men like google type like fat escort they might tie Fat sex worker but usually they will use like porn words which vw is the porn identifier. So that's why. It's all my stuff. But i prefer fat. I also prefer fat. Steve harvey show and he was like years ago. He was the amazon with like to like a fat fitness lady and then plus size model and they were like fluffy plus size and us was like you call me fat. It'll give shit. Yeah i mean it doesn't define me. Only i walk around ono. She's looking at me. And i go bigger than oo movement. I don't care so how i mean. I don't wanna like sex work. Is you know kind of dangerous. So i don't wanna like holy give away like how you operate but like how do you go about getting clients. Is that an okay question. I'll let you know not perked up great great so there are lots of ads sites which i didn't know i had a lot of friends who were sex workers an end like the full sex work in full service sex industry before i got into it and i had no idea that that kind of there's just tons and tons and tons of websites for it so there's add sides with varying humanity. I would say okay. There's review boards. So there's like the yelp for escorts which is as awful as you could imagine it to be cooking why some of them are worse than others. I won't name names but people will know what i'm talking about. Wait that is so fucking wild. I cannot wrap my mind around someone hiring somebody for sex and then raiding in review and not only do they rate the experience they rate on a one to ten scale. What i look like what my titties are like one. The atmosphere of my place was like all that stuff like. I've had friends get really poor views because somebody was like oh. I thought my car was broken into while i was inside of just like why because you like saw black person on the street like what like third. It's yeah it's really bad. It's funny because specifically. I never leave a place and i'm like oh i need to get on that yelp review or like or whatever so it's just like to like leave sex an nba. Like who i'm steamed. I'm gonna get my car a piece of my mind. That's us special fucking type of person yet totally and it you know. I have had fine reviews. I've had. I've never had anyone to review me vindictively But people have that all the time. And it's really it's really upsetting. Because then people read that stuff and you know i feel like most people can be like okay. One bad review must have been his problem but not always unlike it there are rankings like people are ranked and it's bullard. It is wild wild type. It's really strange to like. I got into this like my own boston to like. Be in charge of how do things and then to still have. Men like be kind of in charge of like where i rank. I mean it truly fucking feels that most sex work. Yes you're your own boss. But it does feel like i mean if you are catering to men men filter your experience you stripping usually an owners a man i i mean usually there's man he's the one who's dictating. How much you pay into the club. How much you get to keep. Its like it's really make they get to choose the aesthetic of everything really. It's fucking wild. It's a it is interesting. I wish there was more female. You know or female identifying people who own clubs or whatever. I was talking to count hollis and she was talking about lake. Strippers owning their own clubs. And i was like yes. That's fucking race to be one in the pacific northwest. Yeah yeah in portland right. Yeah but it's no more. It's no more it hasn't been it's been gone for many years. I oh i see. Yeah so when. You are meeting with clientele so i don't really have this experience people hook up with where they're like. You're my first fatty. You're my first big girl or like west is wild..

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Indianapolis Colts' T.Y. Hilton to Miss Start of Season

ESPN Radio

01:41 min | 1 year ago

Indianapolis Colts' T.Y. Hilton to Miss Start of Season

"T Y. Hilton expected to miss the start of the regular season after re aggravating a neck injury. At practice last week earlier on ESPN radio are Courtney Cronin in Shape Peppler. The Colts need to let go stage their locker room like they need to take a page out of the Baltimore Orioles and what they did there in breaking a 19 game losing streak because it just feels like injury after injury for them Now, next on the list is T Y Hilton, who's got a back problem. They don't know the diagnosis with That, But I know Courtney, you've got some more insight as to what the deal is with T Y Hilton in Indianapolis. Yeah, Apparently he was injured in practice on Wednesday. This didn't come from the preseason game that they just played on Friday. That happened early, and then he came back out and he was able to finish practice. But now we find out Shea that he has a back and a neck injury and he's out indefinitely and that comes on the heels. And, like 24 hours, they find out that and then Sam Ehlinger, the backup quarterback as a knee injuries out for 4 to 6 weeks. I think that this Indianapolis team for all the steps forward that they were able to take in the last few weeks, getting Carson Wentz back at practice, the good at least, you know, positive news that they got with Quentin Nelson, who had the same foot injury that Carson once has. That it's not going to be the end of his season, either, And then they're dealt this blow the big one here, though, as I look at all of these injuries and trying to figure out which is the worst one is probably Ehlinger because you don't know when Carson once is really going to be ready to play. Is it going to be weak? One? They haven't put that timetable on him. Yet. That is still two weeks away. Your backup quarterback right now is Jacob Eason like it was supposed to be Ehlinger. But now he's out 4 to 6 weeks. That's something that I don't think is a should give them any confidence. That's a Big below Hilton, Like many

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NFL Preseason: Indianapolis Colts' Jacob Eason Outshines Sam Ehlinger Win Over Carolina Panthers

GSMC Football Podcast

01:57 min | 1 year ago

NFL Preseason: Indianapolis Colts' Jacob Eason Outshines Sam Ehlinger Win Over Carolina Panthers

"The final. Preseason game of this weekend was in indianapolis. The colts they beat the panthers twenty one to eighteen one more. Exciting games of the entire sleet we had. Pj walker formerly of the xfl re looked really good for the carolina. Panthers i mean really good. He was ten twenty. One hundred. Sixty one yards touched out a really explosive athlete. That was moving very fast. He can throw on. The run was ripping throws up the sidelines and again a great backup who could see a lot of time. Depending on what. Sam darnold does but good backup to have cuba hubbard. He'd a huge run after escaping from the pile. He can be a really nice complement to christian. Mccaffrey for carolina. If he does what he did at oklahoma state you tears marsal marshalls kind of show a little bit of what he can do. The y rec- route. Lsu who some thought. He would be a first round pick but he was second round. Pick he had three receptions for eighty yards Takeaway from this game as jacob and he looked pretty solid and the colts are going with jacob and sam etlinger two quarterbacks with a lot of experience but easing looks like the more superior quarterback he he was fifteen to twenty one hundred eighty three yards another again. Another guy with some really impressive throws a all lot of dimes this weekend but he had some really impressive throws down the field. Sam longer was ten fifteen fifty five yards. He interception but offers a little bit more of that mobility aspect to his game. So it'll be interesting to see how that battle plays out but reports coming out this week or that went his injury return. Does luke

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Inspiring the Next Generation of Women Engineers

Electronic Specifier Insights

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Inspiring the Next Generation of Women Engineers

"Haven't there's always pros and cons but the conza. I mean to be very honest is very hot sandstone. The full impact of kevin nineteen. Because we haven't combative of it yet completely. The restrictions are easing. Nab it will still be a while till we get back to some sort of normality gender equality's problem in the engineering industry and cuban nineteen. His had more of an impact on graduates. I think as david wit placements and internships have been placed. Bend fed the last couple of months up to the so. It's been quite difficult as you. Didn't get the full benefit from completing remotely but cheats the impact now as eason the restrictions there schemes in programs run to provide most supportive children in statements which which is good

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"eason" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"eason" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"I get exactly what you're saying. I think Where we are you know. It's hard to pitch into the hyper scale. cloud providers. Obviously but. you're not like you're the indy cloud for shirts. Yeah so what. We're trying to do. Sell to people who are saas. Companies were managing large fleets. You know so you know because they happen to be running their infrastructure on the variety of cloud providers it helps to be able to up level. What you're doing into just a notion of kuban that eason lennox but deal with all the variety of infrastructure using like let's say it's kafka car rodham q. or karunanidhi's or whatever disk subsystem or there's that list just goes on and on and on and so being able to manage the typical faults in that is useful so that's who we're sort of pitching to right now. I thought initially about pitching to some of the smaller. Kind of cloud providers. But you know. I think software as a service is perhaps where you're going as well and so that's really is the initial version. I also think managed service providers will find this interesting because they're they're actually going and taking on the operational pain of running somebody else's environment for them and so you know something like shoreline improves their service level objectives and improve their margins because they don't have to applies much labor influx..

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"eason" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"eason" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Get exactly what you're saying. I think Where we are. You know it's hard to pitch into the hyper scale. cloud providers obviously. But you're not like you're the indy cloud for shirts. Yeah so what. We're trying to do sell to people who are saas. Companies were managing large. Fleets you know so you know because they happen to be running their infrastructure on the variety of cloud providers it helps to be able to up level. What you're doing into just a notion of kuban that eason lennox but deal with all the variety of infrastructure using like let's say it's kafka car rodham q. or karunanidhi's or whatever disk subsystem or there's that list just goes on and on and on and so being able to manage the typical faults in that is useful so that's who we're sort of pitching to right now. I thought initially about pitching to some of the smaller. Kind of cloud providers. But you know. I think software as a service is perhaps where you're going as well and so that's really is the initial version. I also think managed service providers will find this interesting because they're they're actually going and taking on the operational pain of running somebody else's environment for them and so you know something like shoreline improves their service level objectives and improve their margins because they don't have to applies much labor influx..

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"eason" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts

We Need To Talk About Ghosts

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"eason" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts

"Oh forgot to say this sort of forgot to let them know that all like you said if you've had an experience last night then just keep a log of what's going on and we'll get you back on in a couple of months time am seaweed op too. Yeah my little eason over here. I think he'd like to be part of the interview. One time to go on. Put them on if he wants to say hello. Say hello come over here since speakers. Pick you up close close. My among there's appear to spans happened to meet. I got to teller Is like two or three or four at my metro east. Mike game room in also now woke up in the middle of the night. I saw his rage Thing going across a room..

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A wild and whimsical world of flesh-eating plants

Science Friction

05:11 min | 1 year ago

A wild and whimsical world of flesh-eating plants

"Pretty much up ended all of our lives before covid nineteen. I got to travel to the perth hills in search of some beautiful flesh-eating beings so it's a warm dry day in calamander national park with bright blue sky above yellow worth crunchy underfoot the yellowish shrub. Whole yes we go. Yes laura and i are looking for something special in the bush it's tiny but shawnee and so it should catch season dawn. These the ninetieth be baltimore. Rare impression. s- potential specimens not. Oh that's a tremendous one. So this is Dresser a guy again tia and it's named because it's pretty giant. He's that's about fifty sixty centimeters high. Yeah and it's like a little mini. trae it is. Yeah like these are. Actually the leaves the plan. Yeah so the the flowers are up the very top here. Just in bad i think at the moment but the leaves are they do look like a flower bill. Little son to me and so it's a little pad that is surrounded by sticky hairs and what you'll notice it on some of them. The sticky has wrapped around into the center and now Can you see the little sort of bug remains in the middle there and then others are out ready to catch something new so hi. My name's lois gates. And i'm a botanist from western australia. And i'm doing my phd on plants but this young botanist has an alter-ego floor escapes. Yes so that's my twitter and instagram. Flora 'cause laura and i'm all about plants so more than that laura aka florus gates is all about plots that ate flesh. We always tend to kind of chris. Plante picked it up these sort of managing monsters aliens from outer space it. It goes out. If got dave the little shop of horrors that sort of thing or a new car and killed but it even goes back much earlier than that. It's not for the greater glory of science. I just want us to survive. Even a botanist said there was the story of a gemini explorer in the madagascan john. Google is it a plant coming across this atrocious cannibal tree central nervous system which had these serpent like branches which captured a woman and coiled. Its branches around and around. There is actually the atrocious kind of betray or if anyone's going to find it maybe that just not come back all that don't usually pull themselves out of the ground chase you. He sees the depiction of this atrocious tree. It looks so much like a dresser in the way that it's those separate like branches the sticky glands dresser and the way that they wrap around and coil around the pool. Woman is the same way that these dresser wrap around the insect pry. But yeah they. They always get painted as these vicious preaches. I do tend to notice that. A lot of the time the victims in these stories Women don't like that aspect. Yeah there's a whole gender story to be talked about here. I think definitely. And i mean often when we talk about verse plants. We often hear about charles. Darwin because dow indeed right the first scientific book all about kind of verse. Plants gave the first scientific evidence that they are actually able to capture and digest insect prey. But there's been a lot of amazing women who have also contributed to converse plant science and our understanding of ecology throughout history and. I'm really interested in their stories as well. And so am i this week. We are in wnba which incredibly is home to up to a third of the world's converse plant species. I wanna find out why that eason have. I've managed to survive in such an intense environment and knicks. Week got totally caught up in a saga full of twists and turns and tendrils about the life of just one congresswoman. We're gonna venture from hilltop home of an internationally renowned joola share. He wanted the all the glory for himself. I really can't go into the mind of charles gardner but he said he did. Not mother might lot very difficult for him. We'll head deep into the heart of a magnificent end museum for plants. So we're entering a quarantined area. Okay hidden on stays now.

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"eason" Discussed on The Worldshapers

The Worldshapers

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"eason" Discussed on The Worldshapers

"They're certainly all the very very attractive and they make you think this is going to be fun. This is going to be something that i'm going to enjoy. Yeah they are like. There's i never thought a lot about book covers before. But then i thought you know what no really they can. You don't judge a book by its cover but you do buy one sometimes because of its cover and it's it's its own communications so i really love the covers. Well now. let's get to some of the big questions i wonder about. And they're really just one well. Three part question i guess. Why do you right. Why do you think any of us right. And why do we write these kinds of crazy stories about things. That aren't real. It never could be. I write because. I have something to say and i am. Maybe just arrogant enough to think that it's something that needs to be read or heard like i have something important to say or something interesting to thing worthwhile to say And because i like creating stories the second part remind me the second part of the third part is why do i write science fiction and fantasy. The second part is why in the bigger picture. Do you think any of us right. Why you human being. think stories are one of the ways that we make sense of the world. I think we obviously we told stories long before he ever wrote them down. But i think stories stories and narratives are one of the ways that we make sense of things we just we understand stories stories. Click with us in ways. That just broad dato or reports. Don't necessarily we do like we like to be able to see ourselves. We like to empathized. We want to have feelings stories. Let us have feelings even if they also seriously can make us think you're studying literature would seem to indicate that there are. What's the reader kipling. There's one in a thousand ways of constructing tribal laser something. There's a lot of ways to tell stories. Aren't there yeah. I mean there's culturally historically all over the place and it's just it's fascinating to me what they all have in common at the same time of and looking at all of the differences just all the different ways you know from structure to to content because i loved the medieval stuff because that to me was fantasy that was you know we still had magic. We still had that. Mythic worldview the natural philosophy before the age of enlightenment and so understanding the world and making sense of things that don't make sense. That's partly part of why. I think people write stories so much is we're trying to make sense of things that may or may not make sense and stories are imposing structure. So why then tell stories of fantastic.

"eason" Discussed on The Worldshapers

The Worldshapers

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"eason" Discussed on The Worldshapers

"For not for fiction. I mean yeah i guess if nothing else teaching writing all the time makes me think about the word choices and the sentence structures and very much more aware of of audience at all times then i might be if i were just fifteen again and writing for myself. You ever get the feeling because you are working with words all the. There's there's a song that in my fair lady words words words. I'm so sick of words. You get that feeling. Yeah yes sometimes. Sometimes 'cause i've done some. I was just a writer in residence at this escapade library for nine months. And i've done at another librarian. I've taught some writing classes and stuff and sometimes sometimes and his newspaper reporter and editor before that. There are times occasionally. When i think you know maybe not working with words wouldn't be such a bad. Yeah i'm still doing it. So yeah. I mean that's the thing is like whoa sure. It would be fun to do something else mike one. I'm a little a little old and cranky to be switching gears. Now i've got expertise quote in a field And also what else really at this point. What i do like what else. What else would i do. This is what i'm good at. This is what i'm trained in. Mrs. what makes me happy. Even though sometimes i'm pulling my hair out and you know lamenting my existence and swearing. That i'd be better off being a mechanic or a mathematician or anything else than this but i don't mean it. I never made it. What kind of from meters have you had on the well on. The farm can particularly in your books in general and have been pleased by the way that people have reacted to your work. I truly don't read reviews I just that's that's a sanity saver. I don't read them I've had readers who email me or or d on twitter or whatever happened reviews. yeah so then. Yeah i've gotten people seem to like this or you know. They react strongly to particular characters or or they tell me oh this you know made me laugh for this may be smiler really loved it. So that's those are always nice to hear like good array. I have brought especially with the thorn chronicles with roy. It was like there needs to be something happy and bright. The first three are not happy and bright. They're not meant to be. But rory was meant to be so. It's nice that she's getting the emotional reaction that i was hoping she would get have very striking covers. Got those are so pretty there so gorgeous. Every time i see them i just sort of you know squeal do small child dance black my hands..

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"eason" Discussed on The Worldshapers

The Worldshapers

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"eason" Discussed on The Worldshapers

"She always finds new things to so. Then you know. God i haven't worked with katie. So what is her but as her process does she do. A written editor's letter. Phone call at sheila's a phone call Nothing in writing. Oh ho that would give me that. Give me the vapors Yes she writes me a letter and she does some commentary inside the manuscript. Chill some inline periodic. Not not like copy editing. But just you know you've said the same thing these two places or maybe you combine it this way. So but she's she's she's she's good. She tells me she finds the good places that need help places where she has questions and she marks them for me and then i can think about well. How do i solve that. How can i solve that problem. Because she's very good at finding. Here's the problem. Here's the problem or here's a place where you sense in one direction. Did you mean to do that. I know i probably didn't door. Oh yeah i totally. Didn't i meant followed up. Three pages later But she gives us. She gives me a lot of room to figure out how to fix it. She trusts me to fix it. If there's a problem there's a lot of You know beginning writers writers who are sometimes worried about the editorial process. And i've always found that editors are extremely helpful things to have on your side. I'll god yes. Editors are fantastic. I mean suppose that there's such a thing as a bad editor. But i haven't really run into myself. No i haven't either and granted. I don't have a huge number of books behind me. But i have not run into a bad editor yet. Now that i've said that. But no us long as i stay with katie. I'll be fine It's one of those things that i learned from. Dnd is that there needs to be a healthy level of willingness to collaborate in a willingness to listen as a writer to what other people say but at the same time keep that balancing act and know what you be able to at some point as i always tell my students. Trust yourself trust yourself. It's you know these. this is opinion. this is suggestion. But it's not holy writ and it's not you know it's not to get a grade it's you have to be happy with the thing that you are writing and you have to fight for the thing that you are writing but at the same time. Be willing to say okay. But what am i trying to do. What is the editor or the feedback. Telling me that. I'm perhaps not doing that. I mean to do. Are you teaching any creative writing or as teaching literature and so you're talking about essays when you're doing. I'm teaching the worst of the worst. I'm teaching writing composition first year writing to non majors And i say the worst of the worst. They're my favorite my absolute favorite. But they're the ones who are hostile to writing to begin with and the hate to read and so there are a hostile audience and they're just awesome when you can get them to to realize what they can do with writing that it doesn't need to be their enemy but it can be their ally and it can be their tool or their weapon. Some of them discover. It's this is a weapon. Yes yes it can be. Go go with god. Small one do that. Do you find that teaching other people writing has benefited your own writing. Does it make you look at your own stuff. More critically sometime My nonfiction for sure. I definitely have internalized my. What would i tell my students about this. What would i you know what what is. What is the editor going to say about this. But.

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"eason" Discussed on The Worldshapers

The Worldshapers

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"eason" Discussed on The Worldshapers

"Because you just have to get it out and it's a big mess and then you have to clean it up but feel so much better. Yeah exactly like okay. What is what is even happening. And sometimes it's really clean. And sometimes i know i'm gonna part of it and sometimes it's just lake slogging. I know there's going to be a problem. And i'm going to have to come back to it but i can't obsess over it. Here's the thing that i learned. I trashed ninety. Two thousand word not completed manuscript a couple years ago because i got into the the rut of oem writing it all. I'm changing my mind about what i'm doing. Oh i really don't like this. Let me go back and keep revising the hell out of it. And i just destroyed it like by the end i couldn't. There was nothing to resurrect from this. It was a pile of bones. It was just there's ideas there's moments that are really awesome and you have no clue what you've done because you've revised it to death so never do that again. That is what i learnt. Never do that again. Just write it even it's crappy and then when you when you do get to the end of it what does your vision processes like. And do you do use beta alpha readers or anything like that or does that over. I do have a beta reader. My best my best friend forever. My bff from high school My i d m to the first person to get me into. Dnd and she reads poor thing. She reads almost the raw stuff. She will read Pretty much anything. I send her bless her heart and sometimes it's chapter by chapter sometimes. It's an entire manuscript. But even i won't send her the very raw most rostov. I'll just once i've done. The the vomit draft of the negative. Make sure that there are complete sentences that i remember what the heck is going on that. There's you know there's a little bit of a voice happening mostly at that point. I'm looking for plot holes. Character is never my problem Rarely my problem but there can occasionally be plot inconsistencies. And since she's one of my players indian. Dnd who will also punch holes in my plots on a regular basis She's good at finding those for me. So she's my reader and then i go through and clean it up again and then i'll probably at that point i'll send it to my agent. You know once. I've gone through it a few times and decided it doesn't suck then i'll send it to her and then she gives me notes which have been getting shorter as the years have been going on. So that's good. I guess. I'm getting better at turning in good drafts. Were kind of notes. do you get. Sometimes it's sometimes it structural. There's there was the memorable. Okay yes but i think you need another fifteen thousand words because you dropped this arc in the middle. Oh damn you noticed okay. Yeah i need to pick that up Sometimes it's it's you know the big structural things where you need to come back to this or you need to play this part up on. This seems really flat. Because i don't know what's happening with. The voyeur is but this character seems really distant so those levels those sorts of comments are what i get from from her and she's she levels it up. She always levels up the manuscript big time and then goes to katya don panicles katie. And then it goes to katie. And she all..

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"eason" Discussed on The Worldshapers

The Worldshapers

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"eason" Discussed on The Worldshapers

"I'm afraid i'm going to get good and board. And i don't wanna get bored. I want to still be described as my characters are discovering. What the hell are we dillwyn. Well speaking of characters. I guess you're not one of those people who does extensive character sheets like you might for dvd player jerry. You're you're discovering them. As you go along jim and you have some idea from. What's you've been thinking about this in your head but you discover them very much as you go along as well Depends on the depends. How long the characters been living in my head With rory. I was figuring her out as i went along with with the narrator. I had a pretty good idea before i could have. I could've put him on a character sheet. I had i knew who he was. I just knew who he was. But yeah i don't do a lot of i don't do a lot of background development because i've been gaming for so many years i can make up a character pretty fast and pretty in depth. Pretty quickly And i just. That's how i think my way through okay. You know. who's who are we gonna meet. We're gonna meet us so and so all right well. What kind of person is this likely to be. Who do i need them to be. How might they be this way. What what just sketch out super fast in there we go. That does that kind of answering the question. I'm curious to as you're doing as you're writing because you are a holder of literature degrees and you do some instructing as well does what you have learned in your study of literature feed into the writing of your own material. Oh yeah definitely. Because i have read things that i would never have chosen to read In the course of getting the degrees like you're you get asked to read stuff. You would never pick up the off the shelf on purpose and you learn even if you don't like it and there was a lot did not like i learned to appreciate different ways to tell stories different ways to different techniques different things in a box different structures like you know. Oh i've now met read medieval romances. I see this is okay. This is how this works. This is how this works. Okay so i learn a lot of different techniques for for ways that stories can be told and then they just sort of put them all in my little bag of tricks and then yank them out as necessary so definitely that has helped me as a writer i think just knowing the breadth of what's out there. Have you ever done formal study of fairy tales since you're working version of that. Not no actually. Haven't i did not do. I've never done a formal version of fairy tales. I was in the token phase. When i was in grad school so as doing a lot of writing about.

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"eason" Discussed on The Worldshapers

The Worldshapers

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"eason" Discussed on The Worldshapers

"She might have hoped. And what was the impetus for this. The the the genesis of all of this come from Truthfully it probably heat exhaustion on the four. Oh five while. We were stuck in traffic at long beach. And i was. I don't remember what it was. But i was complaining about fairy tales and feminism and i was like you know what i'm going to write this book. I'm gonna write a story and it's gonna have like the sleeping beauty. Except the ferries are going to be like the thirteenth will be a punk. She won't be a evil which is going to be a punk. My husband's like okay. All right you do that. And that's where the idea came from the genesis came from and then it kept bugging me. The idea just kept bugging me. And i kept thinking about what would i do what i what i really could set it in space. Would i set it in space. I could set in space. What would i do. If i said it in space and so it sorry go ahead go ahead i just it. Just sort of there was no great plan. It was just sort of it. Wouldn't stop bugging the until i said. Okay how can i tell this. And so i went and wrote the first chapter and thought okay. There was a short story. Hey i wrote a short story. This doesn't suck. I'm going to try and get this weight down. This is chapter one. Oh crap oh no. This is gonna be okay. I guess i'm writing. This book is that it sounds like you're you're processes you know you have a germ and then you self interrogate you. Ask questions and try to build out from that idea. You know what if what if what if is at to fair statement is at the way it usually works for you. Yeah i i think so. I'm trying to think to the roy. Thorn chronicles are very different than on the bones of god's stylistically flavor all of it and i'm thinking what is what is my similarity in process is. Yeah there's a lot of what. If what if i usually start with an idea or a character or a couple of characters or situation or moment seen just happens and i see it and they say okay. What led to that. Where's it going. So yeah it starts tiny and then i have to feel my way through the dark so the asking questions presumably due into the planning outlining process. What how much of that do you do. How much of al minor planner are you terrible at it The first the.

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"eason" Discussed on The Worldshapers

The Worldshapers

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"eason" Discussed on The Worldshapers

"Role playing games for a decade. And saying you know what you can tell long stories. You've done it now do it. Not now you do it without your players helping you. I was interested in the connection. I often say that. Although i i have degree in journalism and officially minored in art The truth is that. I majored in dungeons and dragons and minored in everything else. Based on the number of hours that i put into. I feel that. I feel seen. Yeah yeah seriously. I gained a lot and call it. But i always i always like to. Dm far more than i like to play and part of that was that i did want to tell the story through the game. I wanted to create this world that the characters and i would i was perhaps i was always trying to push them in the direction of the quest i wanted them to take as opposed to all the side things that would pop up At one reason. I stopped what ones i stopped being. Dm and playing the davis. Because i had no bed nobody to play with anymore because there wasn't anybody in my town. When i moved back to canada from from university i went and the other was owed. I discovered that i was. I discovered that i felt that. My story writing Impulse should be better put into my writing fiction than but i still kinda wish i kept doing it because i miss it but now i have. I haven't done it mike. We won't say how long and i'm sure the rules are so far different from what i was playing. I wouldn't even recognize the game. But but have you found the dea. Ming has fed into you. Mentioned one way that it did is overall. You think it's actually benefited..

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"eason" Discussed on The Worldshapers

The Worldshapers

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"eason" Discussed on The Worldshapers

"Getting the english lit degree truthfully. It was confi if you want to earthly truthfully no. It's it's i was going to be a genetic engineer of some sort because i'd read cj cherry citing in high school and decided. I'm going to do that. Not even thinking about the ethical moral problems like no. We don't really need to make at. That's no okay but no so. I was going to be a genetic engineer and i hit microbiology and realized i hated labs a hated biology. Labs chemistry labs were fine but biology was just not fun for me and calculus was awful. I hated calculus. And i thought you know what you need to step right. You just need to go do something else. And i was good at reading and i liked reading and i thought why not just get a degree readings stuff and then writing about it because i was good at the nonfiction writing for sure. That was not a problem. So i went off and did that because it seemed easier. And yeah see that was it. It seemed easier. That's exactly why we want to tell people that we two major but it was true. Did you take formal writing courses at some point during that process. I took one creative writing class. My undergraduate institution had a split between creative writing and literature. It wasn't a combined degree and you had to choose a track. And i chose the literature track because there was at least in that particular creative writing department. There was a quite a bias against quote quote genre fiction. And i knew what i wanted to write and i knew what i didn't want to right and just decided that was not a fight. I felt like having for years. So i just went and did i did the literature degree. I did right in my one creative writing class. I did write a cyberpunk story. And i got an a. And i got aside. I from the instructor. Like you writing cyberpunk like i just read william gibson of course in writing cyberpunk but i was asset about because i get it surprises me that there is still that level of.

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"eason" Discussed on The Worldshapers

The Worldshapers

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"eason" Discussed on The Worldshapers

"Another episode of the world. Shapers the podcast. I talk to other science fiction and fantasy authors about their creative process. I am myself an author of science fiction fantasy. my name is. Edward will it. And is his opportunity for me to chat with other authors and compare notes on on how we go about meeting the challenges of trying to craft worlds that have never existed and never will exist and yet somehow make them come to life. This episode's guest is k. Eastern arthur with me at dabo books and my latest from dot book is called the moon at world. It's book three in the world. Shapers series book was real shaper book to is master world. This is the moonlight world and the premise of the world. Shapers is that there is a.

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California wildfires force more than 60,000 from their homes

Pat Walsh

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

California wildfires force more than 60,000 from their homes

"About 560 active wildfires. These fires again are stretching. Our resource is stressing our personnel. We have over 12,000 firefighters now actively working to suppress these larger complex fires. Governor Gavin Eason said. More blazes are impacting Northern California because nearly 12,000 lightning strikes hit the region in the past few days. Wildfire raging in the Santa Cruz Mountains is about 2000 acres bigger today and now totals 50,000 Almost 65,000 residents are under evacuation order is in northern Santa Cruz and San Mateo counties because of the C Z, you August lightning complex. Has destroyed at least 50 homes and containment remains at 0% increase of 2000 Acres overnight is actually the smallest advance for the fire since it began early this week, thanks to slightly better weather. Los Angeles elementary schools could reopen

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Could Colts have their QB of the future?

Tony Katz and the Morning News

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Could Colts have their QB of the future?

"Good the colts have their quarterback of the future in the selected university of Washington gunslinger Jacob Eason in the fourth round of the NFL draft Saturday but GM Chris Ballard pleaded that expectations be tempered you know let's slow our roll a little bit in terms of the protagonist guys the next messiah walking into town he was a fourth round pick we didn't move up to the first pick in the draft the six foot six Easton no doubt has a cannon for an arm and ESPN's Chris Mortensen reported that he had the talent to go higher but slid due to character flaws Easton said he can't wait to compete and prove himself as a workhorse a

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Column: Direct from Roger Goodell's basement, the NFL draft!

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Column: Direct from Roger Goodell's basement, the NFL draft!

"Joe burrow from LSU was considered a lock to go number one overall to Cincinnati borough had one of the best seasons ever for a college quarterback in twenty nineteen winning the Heisman trophy in the national championship Oregon's Justin Herbert in Alabama's tua Tagovailoa rank high on many draft boards with Miami in the alley Chargers to possible landing spots lesser known Jordan love out of Utah state may also go in the first round Georgia's Jake from Jacob Eason of Washington and Oklahoma's Jaylin hertz have also drawn plenty of interest I am mark Myers

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Teen Mom's Jenelle Evans and David Eason Lose Custody of Their 3 Children

Jared and Katie

02:22 min | 3 years ago

Teen Mom's Jenelle Evans and David Eason Lose Custody of Their 3 Children

"Teen mom, Geno. Evans. This is unbelievable news to me lost custody of all three of her children. Do. Well, she didn't do anything. Her husband David Easson member. He just got in trouble for killing their dog and child protective services investigated the couple, which ultimately led the judge to decide that Janelle David are two at risk for the children to be safe in their care. Could they just watch one episode of teen? Mom. This long. But isn't she like she's much older? Now team. What are they doing? That is putting harm. I mean I get the guy like killed the dog. But what does she do too? I don't know. Probably allow them to be in the home with him in general. Yeah. It couldn't be just because might be. Rod is what led the child protective services to go in and investigate that as a couple her children, by the way Evans from teen. Mom, I think, you know is twenty seven she's no longer teen. Moms close Evans, and was fired from teen. Mom, too, by the way. Issues like a ratings get up. She's difficult to be with Jean. Evans has four year old Kaiser. His dad is Nathan. She has nine year old jas with who lives with journals mom Babri ads and the couple. David eastern engineer Evans have two year old Ensley, who was also now living with jails, mom. Sure Barbara's like seriously a lot raise genetic doesn't have a brother. The grandkids does just three kids. Now. She came and take care of awful. Yeah. Sources are saying rewarded. I mean, they said, because it's teen mom and other awareness, the teen pregnancies, actually down, just give teen mom. I mean at the mostly pride four million people watch anyways phenomenon for a while. Yeah. But you kind of this is tough. But then she was she made a lot of money for being trashy on TV and went on to have two more children with two other men. You know, so, yes, she was. They never had kids together. They didn't I think he went to jail, but anyway. Yeah. But sources are saying that Evans is stunned by the ruling and then David is at fault for this outcome. But she'll stay with them. Oh, yeah. Right. Yeah. You're right. Like sometimes not all the time, some, some of the stupidest, trashy, people are the most

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"eason" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"eason" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Out. They are dominating birth. These are old. Or keeping at one your. And. Pepper. Up around. My. Realm bases. Middles overheard coast few. Ardal car well out so. Applied to an area middle. Technically pave all out. They were. Shinning even with them without be aware that since tied in. Have you? She could be. And doing the heat. The lobbies. Four over. Your. Clot there. Better. When I am really it is. There that could. Committee eason. And a. Giddy valuable. What? The. Eight to one thing. You know, you have caved through blood lot of ours. Simple. Due to t. Earned adding. Groupie four and one. Earlier in the permit a little bit. Heard earlier. Not much. Crumble a little giddy. Hey..

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Investors flee UK stock funds on Brexit worries

FT Money Show

04:19 min | 3 years ago

Investors flee UK stock funds on Brexit worries

"Kate barely has been asking investors fund managers wealth advisers, what impacts the torturous path towards Brexit has. Been having on investment decisions. And she's here with us now to discuss related thinking, Kate we were supposed to be leaving me a U two weeks game we didn't. Instead, we have a series of further delays to the Brexit process. Given the uncertainty is now being prolonged and how're investors responding? We'll invest his on the Sunday plea confused and a bit nervous about what to do. I'm bear in mind that the process all the most recent kind of machinations have taken place at peak ISIS Eason which has made it even more difficult for a lot of people because they're thinking they won't fill up there either allowance before tax here, and but they're very nervous to put money into markets right now, particularly not knowing what might happen in the future. So that's meant for of investors that they have been putting money in cash into their stocks and shares Eissa and holding it there for longer with the plan of either just holding there for longer of uncertainty or drip, feeding it into the market when they feel a bit more. Comfortable couldn't Hungary's London. The volume of cash held in stocks and shares ICES over week on the platform has doubled compared to the same point last year and other platforms the saying that people are just holding more cash in the in the stocks and shares before so I think that that is the main thing that people seem to have been doing. Well, I can see why people might want to hold cash. But is that a good idea? What are the pros and cons of tenor? Clearly cash of new belly any interest, particularly with rates. Well, they are today. And if you're holding it in the stocks, and shares eyeso- that portion can earn no return. Also, you do risk it depreciating. If sterling moves in the wrong way, you obviously risk sitting on a on a pile of money that will be devaluing earning UN's thing. But on the flip side for anyone who does need money in the short to medium term that is the more sensible thing to do because you just don't know where markets will go. So financial advisors said moving anything between six months to to. As income in cash is could be good idea. If you do need that much money. And which regions of the world is saying influence of money as a result of this species uncertainty. What do you care investors favor? When the interesting thing is that the the things that you can I it's been favoring very much not the things that have actually been performing well since the Brexit vote if we look at what's happened since we voted to leave. In fact, the best performing sexes. And stock markets have been the US and China and really anything with a with a control towards big tech and Amazon and things like that. That's because we've just had this big bounce in tech stocks over the past two years, which has been by no means a smooth ride on US stocks. Also hugely benefited from things like Trump's tax reform, though, if you look at this three year period the outcome looks fairly positive for some potentially higher risk things. But in fact, when you can best been doing frantically pulling money out of UK equities. And in fact, pulling money out of stock markets, generally we've seen these huge outflows from funds all over the UK invested in most regions real consecutive months of outflows, which is very much not the norm particularly after some years of record inflows. You can listen UK stocks themselves been suffering. We'll spend in fact that in fact, it's been a federal journey there. But you case more caps were dealt a big blow initially after Brexit with this fear that domestic and he domestically facing UK company might be really negatively effected an immediate aftermath. We saw this big rise in Footsie-100 stocks and generally stocks with overseas earnings, and that was a reflection of movement in the pound as we it stands. Now. In fact, we've we've ended in positive territory for for most UK stock since the Brexit vote on footsie one hundred fifty to fifty all ending in positive. Positive territory, and that's despite all these fears mountain down UK domestic stocks being

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